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Thread: FS: Ohana SK-35 All-solid Mahogany Soprano Ukulele

  1. #1
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    Default FS: Ohana SK-35 All-solid Mahogany Soprano Ukulele

    Ugh....selling ONLY because concert is now my preferred size.

    This is the best soprano I have ever owned. Professionally setup by Mim. This one is a cannon, as loud as both of my concerts. Ive also owned multiple Ohana ukes and the fit and finish of this one is gorgeous and the best Ive seen. I hate to give it up but I only ever play my concerts anymore and would rather it be somewhere where it is played. Selling for $125. Price includes shipping to anywhere in the continental US.

    BODY
    Top: Solid Mahogany
    Back: Solid Mahogany
    Sides: Solid Mahogany
    Finish: Matte
    Body Binding: Wood
    Body Length: 9.5
    NECK
    Neck: Mahogany
    Finish: Matte
    Nut: Bone
    Scale Length: 13.75″
    GEAR
    Headstock: Mahogany
    Tuners: Gotoh Friction
    Strings: Aquila
    Saddle: Bone
    Total Length: 21″

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    Last edited by weeshan; 04-25-2018 at 07:52 AM.
    SOPRANINO: Caramel 17" (zebrawood) "Cecil"
    CONCERT: Gretsch Roots Series G9110-SK (solid koa) "Pearl"
    VINTAGE/ANTIQUE: 1920 Rolando banjo uke "Grace"

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    What is the nut size? Thin or thick neck. I’m used to playing a 1.5 inch Islander. I have picked up Ohanas in the past and they seemed cramped??? Lots of folks seem to love their Ohanas, this model in particular.
    My ukulele family.....
    Islander Acacia laminate soprano
    KoAloha concert - circa 2006
    Gary Gill concert scale tenor, Douglas Fir & Mahogany
    aNueNue Moon Bird concert - Spruce & Rosewood

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    I have the gloss model of this uke. I love it. Highly recommended if you like a classic soprano sound and a great playing instrument.
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    I will have to measure it when Im on my lunch break. I too am an Ohana fan. Best bang for the buck on an all solid in my opinion. This one is lovely, it just never gets played.
    SOPRANINO: Caramel 17" (zebrawood) "Cecil"
    CONCERT: Gretsch Roots Series G9110-SK (solid koa) "Pearl"
    VINTAGE/ANTIQUE: 1920 Rolando banjo uke "Grace"

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    Of all the Ukes I've bought and sold, the SK-35G is one of the few I regret selling. Its a beautiful instrument.

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    Still available...
    SOPRANINO: Caramel 17" (zebrawood) "Cecil"
    CONCERT: Gretsch Roots Series G9110-SK (solid koa) "Pearl"
    VINTAGE/ANTIQUE: 1920 Rolando banjo uke "Grace"

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    Really needing to get this sold. Im dropping the price to $125, including shipping in the US. This is a STEAL on an all-solid uke that was set up by MIM.
    SOPRANINO: Caramel 17" (zebrawood) "Cecil"
    CONCERT: Gretsch Roots Series G9110-SK (solid koa) "Pearl"
    VINTAGE/ANTIQUE: 1920 Rolando banjo uke "Grace"

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    I've been looking for a new soprano. PM sent.

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    This looks like an extraordinary value, Katyar, and I can personally vouch for the fact that you can feel very comfortable working with Weeshan!

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    Wow. I just bought a new one from Mim last week. This is a great deal!

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